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Welfare Law: an overview

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Mortgage

Mortgage Law: An Overview

A mortgage involves the transfer of an interest in land as security for a loan or other obligation. It is the most common method of financing real estate transactions. The mortgagor is the party transferring the interest in land.

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Consumer credit

consumer credit: an overview

Credit allows consumers to finance transactions without having to pay the full cost of the merchandise at the time of the transaction. A common form of consumer credit is a credit card account issued by a financial institution. Merchants may also provide direct financing for products which they sell. Banks may directly finance purchases through loans and mortgages.

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  • Good Starting Point in Print: Dee Pridgen, Consumer Credit and the Law, Clark Boardman Callaghan, (2004)

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